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Meanings of Extensively:

adverb

In a way that covers or affects a large area.

Usage examples:

The house was extensively damaged by the fire

Meanings of Extensometer:

noun

An instrument for measuring the deformation of a material under stress.

Usage examples:

Instrumentation and monitoring within the tunnels will be effected through such means as inclinomet…

Extensor

ɪkˈstent.sər

Meanings of Extensor:

noun

A muscle whose contraction extends or straightens a limb or other part of the body.

Usage examples:

The limb is supplied with a single extensor muscle and a single flexor, all other joints are consid…

Extensors

ɪkˈstent.sər

Meanings of Extensors:

noun

A muscle whose contraction extends or straightens a limb or other part of the body.

Usage examples:

The limb is supplied with a single extensor muscle and a single flexor, all other joints are consid…

Extent

ɪkˈstent

Meanings of Extent:

noun

The area covered by something.

Usage examples:

An enclosure ten acres in extent

Meanings of Extents:

noun

The area covered by something.

Usage examples:

An enclosure ten acres in extent

Meanings of Extenuate:

verb

Cause (an offence) to seem less serious.

Usage examples:

Even the fact that you once helped to save my life could not extenuate your offence

Extenuated

ɪkˈstɛnjʊeɪt

Meanings of Extenuated:

verb

Cause (an offence) to seem less serious.

Usage examples:

Even the fact that you once helped to save my life could not extenuate your offence

Extenuates

ɪkˈsten.ju.eɪt

Meanings of Extenuates:

verb

Cause (an offence) to seem less serious.

Usage examples:

Even the fact that you once helped to save my life could not extenuate your offence

Meanings of Extenuating:

adjective

(of a factor or situation) serving to lessen the seriousness of an offence.

Usage examples:

Library staff will waive fines where there are genuine extenuating circumstances
verb

Cause (an offence) to seem less serious.

Usage examples:

Even the fact that you once helped to save my life could not extenuate your offence

Meanings of Extenuation:

noun

The action of lessening the seriousness of guilt or an offence.

Usage examples:

No plea could be urged in extenuation of their crime

Meanings of Extenuations:

noun

The action of lessening the seriousness of guilt or an offence.

Usage examples:

No plea could be urged in extenuation of their crime

Exterior

ɪkˈstɪə.ri.ər

Meanings of Exterior:

adjective

Forming, situated on, or relating to the outside of something.

Usage examples:

Exterior and interior walls
noun

The outer surface or structure of something.

Usage examples:

A jar with floral designs on the exterior

Exteriorise

ɪkˈstɪə.ri.ə.raɪz

Meanings of Exteriorise:

verb

Make exterior; give exterior form to.

Usage examples:

What the greeks did do was exteriorize their intellectual life, make it convivial and explicit

Exteriorised

ɪkˈstɪə.ri.ə.raɪz

Meanings of Exteriorised:

verb

Make exterior; give exterior form to.

Usage examples:

What the greeks did do was exteriorize their intellectual life, make it convivial and explicit

Exteriorising

ɪkˈstɪərɪərʌɪz

Meanings of Exteriorising:

verb

Make exterior; give exterior form to.

Usage examples:

What the greeks did do was exteriorize their intellectual life, make it convivial and explicit

Exteriority

ɪkˌstɪə.riˈɒr.ə.ti

Meanings of Exteriority:

noun

The quality of being outside something or someone

Usage examples:

This branch of philosophy emphasizes the distinction between exteriority and our inner life, what m…

Meanings of Exteriorize:

verb

Make exterior; give exterior form to.

Usage examples:

What the greeks did do was exteriorize their intellectual life, make it convivial and explicit

Exteriorized

ɪkˈstɪə.ri.ə.raɪz

Meanings of Exteriorized:

verb

Make exterior; give exterior form to.

Usage examples:

What the greeks did do was exteriorize their intellectual life, make it convivial and explicit

Meanings of Exteriorizing:

verb

Make exterior; give exterior form to.

Usage examples:

What the greeks did do was exteriorize their intellectual life, make it convivial and explicit

Exteriorly

ɪkˈstɪə.ri.ə.li

Meanings of Exteriorly:

adverb

On or from the outside

Usage examples:

It was agreed that the new houses would be completed at least exteriorly., the tower featured an ex…

Exteriors

ɪkˈstɪə.ri.ər

Meanings of Exteriors:

noun

The outer surface or structure of something.

Usage examples:

A jar with floral designs on the exterior
adjective

Forming, situated on, or relating to the outside of something.

Usage examples:

Exterior and interior walls

Exterminate

ɪkˈstɜː.mɪ.neɪt

Meanings of Exterminate:

verb

Destroy completely.

Usage examples:

After exterminating the entire population, the soldiers set fire to the buildings

Exterminated

ɪkˈstɜː.mɪ.neɪt

Meanings of Exterminated:

verb

Destroy completely.

Usage examples:

After exterminating the entire population, the soldiers set fire to the buildings

Exterminates

ɪkˈstɜː.mɪ.neɪt

Meanings of Exterminates:

verb

Destroy completely.

Usage examples:

After exterminating the entire population, the soldiers set fire to the buildings

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